2017 Aston Martin DB9 is a great British tourer first shown by Aston Martin at the IAA in Frankfurt in 2003. Available both as a coupe and a convertible known as Volante, the Aston Martin DB9 was the successor to the DB7. Aston Martin DB9 was the first built in Gaydon plant Aston Martin model.
The 2017 DB9, designed by Marek Reichman and Henrik Fisker, is mostly made of aluminum. The chassis is the VH platform, while the engine is the 6.0L V12 Vanquish Aston Martin V12. 2017 Aston Martin DB9 has a top speed of 295 km / h (183 mph) and a time of 0 to 97 km / h (60 mph) in 4.1 seconds.
The DB9 is well-rated with car critics who appreciate the interior and exterior design of the vehicle. Despite comments on the weakest engine and handling DB9, reviewers liked the ride and driving experience of the car. Some also had problems with the DB9 small resets, loader space, and a bad satnav.
2017 Aston Martin DB9 Design
Aston Martin DB9 2017 model designed by Henrik Fisker and unveiled for the first time at the IAA in Frankfurt 2003. The letters “DB” are the initials of David Brown, the owner of Aston Martin for a significant part of his story. Although he succeeded DB7, Aston Martin did not call the car the DB8, for fear that the name that the car was equipped with only a V8 engine would suggest. Aston Martin DB9 also reported that Aston Martin believed that the car “DB8” naming would show a gradual development and misrepresent the car.
The Aston Martin DB9 is the first model to be built on the grounds of Aston Martin in Gaydon in Warwickshire, England. In a 2007 interview, Dr. Ulrich Bez told Aston Martin that although Aston Martin was traditionally the most exclusive automobile manufacturer, Aston Martin thought more must be visible and build more cars. At the start planned Aston Martin between 1,400 and 1,500 DB9S per year build.
2017 Aston Martin DB9 Interior
Inside the 2017 DB9 are leather and walnut. In the latest editions, leather hand-sewn accents are additionally given and close. On the dashboard, satnav and Bluetooth, they are standard on later models. Later models also offered a Dolby Prologic sound system that can be connected to satellite radio, six-disc CD changer, iPod port, a USB port or an AUX input. The sound system can be upgraded to a Bang & Olufsen stereo system. The coupe comes with two front seats and seat backrests. A seat package that replaces the rear seats and front seat with lighter kevlar and carbon fiber seats can be selected.
2017 Aston Martin DB9 Exterior
To follow the model of Aston DB7, Aston Martin DB9 is, according to the first press release from Aston, “a contemporary version of elements and classic DB design features.” Keeps the traditional Aston Martin grille and sidebands, and the design tries to keep things simple and refined lines. Car boot is like the DB4 and DB5 of pronounced. At the front DB9 without a separate bug nose and has no visible buffer.
To revise the model year 2013 made Aston minor changes in the body, including the extension of the groups, recessed headlights with bi-xenon headlights and day LED light strips, the front splitter widening, the updating of the grill and sides heat dissipation devices. Clean the lenses and integrate a new rear spoiler on the trunk lid.
2017 Aston Martin Engine
Aston Martin DB9 initially launched it equipped with a 6.0L V12 engine, which was originally taken from the V12 Vanquish. The engine was 569 N·m (420 ft.lb) of torque at 5000 rpm and a maximum power of 444 hp (450 hp) at 6,000 rpm. The 2017 Aston DB9 can accelerate 0 to 97 km / h (60 mph) in 4.7 seconds and has a maximum speed of 299 km / h (186 mph). The engine sits largely behind the line of the front axle for better weight distribution. Motor changes for the 2013 model year DB9 increased power to 503 hp (510 hp) and torque up to 620 Nm (457 lb). The time of the car is 0-97 km / h (60 mph), reducing 4.50 seconds and the new top speed is 295 km /h (183 mph).
The 2017 DB9 can be equipped with a field of conventional six-speed manual gearbox or Graziano automatic transmission ZF six-speed paddle semi-automatic operation. The 2017 Aston Martin DB9 automatic transmission time increases from 0 to 97 km / h (60 mph) to 4.9 seconds, although the speed